The new shop-in-shop system of Roy Robson was developed by the bontempo group in 2015. Throughout Europe this project has been implemented while our example here shows extracts of the new shop-in-shop design at the renowned apparel store Hagemeyer in Minden.
At the Maison&Objet in Paris as well as the Heimtextil Frankfurt, bontempo implemented the DESIGUAL design worlds for a demanding professional audience – from exhibition stand design through to assembly and disassembly on site.
On 5 and 6 June, 2015, the central square in front of Hamburg’s City Hall became the site of an extraordinary sports event: During the “Tag ohne Grenzen” (“Day without limits”), many athletes with and without disabilities fascinated several thousand visitors.
A sophisticated combination of fashion, gastronomy and lifestyle was brought together in a listed historic gabled house. bontempo was responsible for the entire on-site implementation including all custom furnishings. Meanwhile, the continued collaboration with ROY ROBSON goes even beyond the borders of the European Union.
With this project bontempo has adapted the design to the corporate identity of smart support and its color board. At the same time the product presenter and the cash register system give emphasis on the design by their material contrasts. As an eye catcher the shop window shows an imitation of a broken display.
Pure black walls put the focus on the non-food products, while the core area of the shop is framed in a clasp made out of real oak wood, combined with vintage lights. The real beef gourmet finds additional ranges on varying merchandising presenters, on the walls and in pinboards in the shop window.
bontempo established a new exhibition design for Roy Robson, presenting their latest collection autumn/winter 2017/18 at Panorama Berlin. Design and light concept reflect the interaktion of branding, company-CI and collections highlights.
In January 2014, The Panorama Berlin hosted a widely noticed premiere for premium brand Pierre Cardin: the new life style concept „Appartement Français“, a shop-in-shop system designed to express the style of the „Pierre Cardin man“, was launched in a 200m2exhibition area.
On the occasion of DGAUM Annual Meeting bontempo designed & constructed the promotion booth of BGW. One of the highlights to attract the visitors was a touchtable with oversized screen, while a spezial programming allowed that the software could be used from all sides of the table.
In order to furnish congresses, conferences, corporate celebrations and other events and in addition to custom designed furniture specifically made for the occasion, bontempo holds a large selection of high-quality event furniture ready for immediate use, e.g. lounge-style tables and chairs.
Situated over two floors, the capacious PEEK&CLOPPENBURG store in Northern Germany’s biggest shopping arcade, the Alstertal Einkaufszentrum (AEZ) in Hamburg’s Poppenbüttel district offers a varied selection of fashion and lifestyle products by international brands.
bontempo designs and builds custom retail furnishings and displays for Olympus shop-in-shops in highly competitive environments such as the world’s largest cohesive consumer electronics specialty store, SATURN, located in Hamburg, Germany’s Mönckebergstraße.
Leonardo da Vinci and Archimedes, Auguste Rodin and his “thinker”, Michelangelo’s David and Greek gods: at the “BGW Forum East” in Dresden, man, spirit and health connected not only in terms of topics and content, but also defined the atmosphere of the festive closing night in the atrium of Dresden’s famous Albertinum.
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